Get your fresh vegetables and fruit—picked the day of the market—today from 1-7 p.m. at Bowden Park on W. Emerson St., across from the Cedar Park Commuter Rail Station.
Corn, peaches, plums, and so much more for fruits and vegetables. In addition, there will be fish, chicken, pork, meat, eggs, granola, yogurt, honey, gluten-free pasta, popovers, iced tea and coffee, Egyptian food, and much more. There will be a special local business appearance this week from Kathy Pascal who will be showing you how you can reduce or completely remove chemicals and toxins from your homes.
Ride your bike to the market and get $2 in market money—it saves a parking space for someone who has fewer choices and it helps the market free up parking spaces for the businesses across the street from the market.
If you use your SNAP benefits at the market, you get up to $10 in matching market money.
Live music from 4-6 p.m. by Kenny Selcer, who plays acoustic guitar and a sizzling blend of Americana, folk, rock, R&B, reggae and everything in between.
Free outdoor yoga in the Park from 5-6 p.m.
You can find out the details of what’s at the market this week by visiting the Farmers Market website.